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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 11 February 1916

Distilled Omly in Holland Bottled " Dh^in Holland uMMti whmiji™ w»wmmm*aeii g W. C. D EWE'S SPEOIAL BARGAINS •i . Arc better value and cheaper-'than all sales- - The ever-increasing popularity of DEWE'S, is BUEto the -Marvellous Values that are given all the year round.. Note the, special prices,for the following lines, which are all. new axid up-to-date goods, and are cheaper ' than all sale prices. Children's white Linette Dresses, blue collars and cuffs, size 1S-20, a:t Is lid, ':<% worth 2s 9d Girls' Linen Dresses, all colors, piped with white, size 24, 27, 30, 33, 2s lid, worth 3s lid Girls'Crash Dresses, size IS, 22, 2s 6d, worth 3s Gd Boys' Crash Tunics 2s 3d, extra special Girls' Crepe Dresses, all colors, size 24, 27 3s 3d, size 30, S3, 36 3s 13d, worth 3s lid and 4s lid Boys' Crash Ranger Suits3s 3.d, worth 4s 6d Floral- Muslins, special 4s llddoz, worth 6s Gd White Embroidered Voile Costume Lengths special price 12s Gd, worth 15s 6d AlLMillinery including Trimm...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The World's Great War. Stirring Incidents of Battle. HOW THE TURKS FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 11 February 1916

iricidents of Battle. ■ki HOW THE TURKS FIGH 4. The Turks §ght like gentlemen {writes the American war "corres pondent, in a despatch, from Salon ica). This is the testimony of every English officer and soldier who knows any thing about the Dardanelles and Oallipoli fighting. The British camp &t Salon ica contains large numbers of men who have been fighting at one time or another against the Turks in the present war, and I have talked , with many of them. Sitting in the tent of an Irish regiment to-day at noon, I heard Irish officers praise the Turks. "The Turks are devilish fighters, but always gentlemen," said one Irish captain. "The Germans never grant a truce to bury the dead or pick up the wounded, but the Turks never refused our offer of a truce. Fighting with the Turks al ways means hard but honorable and civilised fighting." " One day," spoke up another officer, "we unwittingly placed one of our batteries too^ near to a hospital. It happened because of some mistake i...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GHASTLY BAYONET WORK. GHURKA AND SNIPER. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 11 February 1916

GHASTLY BAYONET WORK. GHURKA AND SNIPER. The big things pass; it is tlie little things that remain.; The fate rO? nations may hang on the success"9 of the cm cnrted attack, but to yon the •whole fight is only the eyes of one Tark as he took your steel. That is why I have forgotten many fights to remember only—-several incidents. To me bayonet fighting has become j hateful. There is the long week's artillery preparation^ when each night you anxiously await for the •older which you know will ultimately come. At last comes one—the order to pour oil down the barrel of your rifle. There is now in'your mind no -doubt; you know what, that means—I a bayonet, charge. So, should a* 'Turk's biCod flow down yonr rifle it j will l.ot rust the steel. ! There is the wild, mad, fifty yards j l-ush—the red mist that comes before ; your eyes, almost blinding you. Any- j >thing that impedes your progress you j •demolish—but it is sub-consciously, j Only when all is over do you find how terrified yo...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POSTAL TIME-TABLE [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 11 February 1916

POSTAL TIME-TABL^g^ P v — Ovriifg to an alteration in the railway -time table recently made the postal officials have found it necessary to re vise the times of the closing ilnd depar ture of mails. The appended time table has now been adopted, viz. : Arrivals from— Sydney, Dubbo, Balladoran, Eumun geric, 10.15 a.m. daily except Sundays. Coonamble, Gul^r, Curban, Armatree 4' p.m. daily, Sundays excepted Tooraweenah. Biddon, 2 p.m. Sun days, Tuesdays, and Thursdays Collie and Merigal noon Tuesda3's, Thursdays, and Saturdays Mundooran, Wednesdays and Fridays noon " Departures to— Sydney, Dubbo, Balladoran, Bum tin ge ric 3.40 daily Sundays, excepted Coonamble, Gular, Curban, Annatree, 9.45 a.m. ciaily Sundays excepted Tooraweenah, Biddon, Collie and Meirgal Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays * noon ■ ' Mundooran, Tuesdays and Thursdays'" noon Bulga, Mondays and Thursdays noon Bverton, Tuesdays and Fridays noon •, New Bcrida, Tuesdays and Fridays All mails close thirty minutes before the adv...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 11 February 1916

Xemp-Bruce and Christie, Auctioneers, . Live. Stock'and Property SaSesmeii, NHIIer St., Te3.33, Cilgandra. Fa Gillett Stock and Station Salesman Agent £qr Studehaker Motor Cars* 'Phone 14 [Established 1887] 1 / Your- FAT STOCK to . Eb II TAYLOR & C0S§ AUC.TIOMBERS,. BATHURST, Fat /Stock and Property Salesmen. Fat and Stock Sales.every Wednesday at Corporation Yards, Bathurst Store Stock Sales at O'Connell Monthly IM"Fi?pcseds 3Pa>ldL of SgaJLesss Splendid Paddocks adjoining Yards Consignments receive personal attention Stock and Property Lists on Application. Correspondence invited Established 1880. Auctioneers, Stock and Propes'fcv Salesmen ai?cJ L d Agents. A. D'..Munrb, Si@ek5 Station and General Gammas s'mn &genf, OTGTLl&EtG.HJBOSOIS'E. Smith Bros., —AUCTIONEERS, ■:j§J.fcoek, Station, Land and Geo oral . " Commission Agents, Gilgamdra. Stock yaies and Trucking a Specially. Communications -iuyifced. Telephone 73. I .H. MaclEAN & CO. AMOTIONEEgIS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 11 February 1916

j: Australian Hall. The Palace of Amusement, Programmes for Satyrday and Next: The Prejudice STAR FEATURE. 3200ft. Kalem Drama. Superb Illustrations English 'Gazette. TOPICAL.—Showing principal war items lan whs couldn't sleep DRAMA Hob Foot Romance COMEDY Gu ggaffs Backward Way KEYSTONE COMEDY Carnival at It. Kosciusko SCENIC, WAR OF WEALTH STAR FEATURE. Drama of intense interest 3000ft FOR AUSTRALIA 2nd STAR FEATURE. Showing the Emden fight Australian Gazette,.*.No. 221 TOPICAL arid CARTOONS OF THE MOMENT Paris Flooded SCENIC Band-Benefit Monday Fab 21.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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PRETTY HOT! [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 11 February 1916

Some interesting petty details are contained in a copy of correspondence originating from a discussion of, the Anditor-General's report on "Motor cars for the use of Minister's Wives," in which the public were charged with the cost £2 10s, of a motor-car for the Premier and M.rs Trefle to>the sick-bed of the latter's'"iittsb-°-iu!-^lT.e hire of a car, £5 10s, for Mrs and party to Hawjkesbnry Coi]eg% when the Government car brokfr*'" dowia ; hire of a taxi, £1 16s, to take Mrs Hoyle to a Government House function ; and the hire of a taxi £1 ICs 6d to take Mrs IT. >hnnn to -the Agricultural Show. These ■ suras total the small amount of £11 6s, an«! whether or not they may be con sidered fair charges against the pub lic, they may also be considered fair charges against the salaries of the Ministers who are the husbands of the ladies concerned. ' j ¥ The Depaty^nditor-General in a memo states:,;, "T cannot find any' authority, which warrantsjase of / State fund's upon the-defrayin...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 11 February 1916

K Wonderful Attraction, A World's Masterpiece. At the itsstralian Hall -•51? Monday, February 28. Australasian films Limited (Feature Department) Present by Special Arrangement with Bos worth Inc. direct from a record breaking season at the Palace Theatre, Sydney. A SUBLIME .AND. DARING PKOBSJC™*? The Hypocrites. Being an'. Entcrtainmcut and a Sermon in motion pictures. Shows the naked truth about modern society, politics, the home, religion, etc. THE MOST TALKED-OF PHOT® PLAY IN THE WORLD. Eulogised by Clergy. Praised by Press and Public. Condemned by those it expeses The charges for admision for this enormous attraction are as follows"Resesrared. Seats 2s, Middle Seats l's 6dt-Front Seats (all forms) la Box Plan at Millers' Intending Theatre Parties and others are advised to book seats in advance, an& so avoid the risk of disappointment.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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"JOHN BRIDGE" WOOL SALE MORE SUCCESSFUL SELLING. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 11 February 1916

"JOHN BRIDGE" WOOL SALE — ^ MORE SUCCESSFUL: .SELLING. The second sale of the present year by John Bridge and Co., held on 3rd ; inst., may be said' to eclipse the sev eral brilliant ones which preceded it. For exampl^fche pierages are super ior furs they^'show" that, out of 1711 bales^ in the large lots*, from 12d to | 19|-d was secured—average 15|d per lb,—-with a bale-average standing at figure of£21/12/8. In the "stars'* 360 bales sold at from 12d to 20d, giving an average per lb. of 14<|d and a bale average of £20/11/9 then, 2071 bales of the whole ' J"" catalogue sold at from 12d to 20d per lb. At the sale, 3,522 bales of greasy were catalogued. • ' The. consignments of: Mr Thomas Conro3r, Glen Innes, and Messrs. Chapman and Upton, Armidale, may ,be;sp:e(jf^lly noted as haviii!g reached the'20d " inark in the star ' lots, and the remaining figures which are ap pended,, speak elpj.u^ntly for the gen eral s access sale :— Thos, Convoy, Glen lanes, xbd 20d mer 15|d ; 2...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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ROUGH ON CATTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 11 February 1916

ROUGH ON CATTS. Mr. Catts, M.H.R., complains of unfair treatment by the Forbes coun cil and press, -which talked of "Too Much Catts." He has writtenM . cue Tg^at that he is work hours a day. He wants to enlist, bat' the Commonwealth won't let him. ' ~ Can you picture a man who with labor unending, His body and brain to his country is lending, - And his genuis and energy ceaseless ly spending, While the fellows at Forbes murmur "Rats ! " . ■ ^ *>..,• If this is the type yob. are visualis ing, ^ A man of self-sacrifice stern and sur prising . Who has ugver 'a notion 6f self-act __ vert'isiii*, \is.: '^Well, that's . Mr. Catts. While some ai*e enlisting, and others aire shirking, ' They won't let him go, but they keep . him here working, '•While insidious foes in the country - . . are lurking As blind to his merits as bats ; Though the leaders of Forbes are maliciously scoffiing, And received his remarks with in credulous coughing, The Persnurkus of course,are respect fully doffing ...

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THE PASSING OF THE WOMANLY WOMAN. HAS SHE BECOME A MERE IMITATOR OF MAN? [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 11 February 1916

THE PASSING OF THE WOMANLY WOMAN. HAS SHE BECOME A MERE IMITATOR OF MAN"? • • The other day X happened -to'' take tea at ifW house of a very nice ol:4 'whbm I sup pose I must date as "Victorian.". That is, ^ she was newly married, and I'am sure very in the days of Gladstone and Disraeli, ^"&nd massive furniture and cumbrous clothes, and large families, composed mainly of girls. She had herself, in oebdience to mid-Vic torian dictates of duty, a family of eight. Bight girls. There were no boys in this Victoria^ family This old lady lives absolutely aloii§vin her pretty house aj; Chelsea. . . You askf "'What tttel. g<i|ts— of eight of themv^eHliey dead? they married? Where are-they? Cannot they keep her company ?'' . . Three of them are-married. Onefas.^dead. And four? \ Y>rV Four are modern women. They are working; they are scourfng^the world; they are "living their own livesand particularly, at this crisis ia^ou^fortunld^J^ey are '' helping'' at *fche fr^jb.,or...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 11 February 1916

Gooerwull Academy aQWENFELl^BlUEMOUWTAl^ Founded 18f 2. ;r^ A well;appointcd ^Boarding School for Bd||. Excellent^ Climate, particularly suitable for boys from hot or coastal districts; NEXT TERM—FEBRUARY 3rd ^ Chairman—Rev. John Ferguson Prospectus, etc., from the Headmast er, W. SAUNDERSON, B.Sc., L.C.P., F.C.S., or from ^ S. J. CARRUTHERS, •••■#• 77 King-st., Sydney. The Schei^is ^e'property of _ St. An drews Go^ge, SVdimy University. ACgMntANT, GtQfalidra. Farm af^Station Accounts a Speciality -w 'vfr . ' Balanc&f^iieets and Taxation: Returns Prepared r' - r' '. "r ill Si .11ill -AjffcrgL Fees'^oa'erate. ... AdfiredBTjv.; ,-v Wilsons B|i|ldin^s;lVii!ie^#3et ^Gilgandra ■ Robt. Newstiani PLASTERER STATION ROAD.JHLGANDRA Is prepared to give ESTIMATES for PLASTERING in all its branches, in cluding all kinds of cemen t work required onfanns All Work Guaranteed Motor Tractors. }_ ::a si H. McCLURE Has been appointed Sole Representative in the Gilgandra and Surrounding Dis tric...

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At Home and Abroad. THE "COO-EES." [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 18 February 1916

THE "C0O-EES." Mr.; Dash lias given us (1^* 0 j ^'Dispatch") a copy of the Kevj rM "Times" which contains k$ver j photographic reprodnotions of in^er" ■est to local people. On the pieee is tho -picture of one oC our transports leaving Sydney for .Egypt, and on other pages there a^e illus trations of the march of the Coo- ees from Gilgandra to Sydney. In one group, which we think was talcen somewhere in the Bla'yney district, Captain Tommy Nicholas may -be plainly discerned in the lead. Berlin people to-day not only know of our system of recruitiug, but' they have the opportunity to sees the pictures of our volunteers on their long march from the interior of this State to Sydney en route to Europe.

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GERMANY ECONOMICALLY [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 18 February 1916

GERMANY ECONOMICALLY Germany's sensational scheme for. the.confiscation of all textile goods lias greatly impressed German opin ion and lias roused tlie suspicion as to v|«!%.pov'ehiment's confidence regard-" ing the probable duration cf the war. In a ftemaakable leading article the Cologne ''Gazette" discreetly refers to these doubts, and says: "They.'must not remain unanswered. It is a mis take to regard the new economic res trictionsfas uemg proof that the war is bo.«nd to last for a long- time. Even the military authorities do not see the"u#hd, but the army and people are in complete : agretorsent, which will lead us to the goal we all expect. We lack neither resources, men, ec onomic supplies laor armaments. Our motto is: Keep cool and hokl out." '' %■-'

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The Doing Of The West. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 18 February 1916

Rev. Andrew,''"Slb'Oallam, of St.; ^.Andrew's .v^resbyt«riau Church . V- -1- 1, n nr es&ed The Lithgow Agricultural Society definitely decided to hol^v.an |u j -clooiv exhibition of flowers,vegetables, ..fruit's,, etc.yiu addition- to uianufae^ tured articles. The present build ings are to be removed,- if permission is: granted, to tlie new .recreation iground. , ' . . * *< v - * '. - \ * Mr. W. H. Fletcher, 'thw reuoiyer .of Great Co bar, Limited, announces that operation's have been resumed ; at the mines at Go bar and that blister .•copper-is being regularly produced and shipped; At present one furnace 13 in blast, but as soon as more men become available the second furnace . will be started. ' V;' * : * " a, meeting of the Ooonamble Political Labor League, Mr S. 11. Skuthorpe was re-elected president and Mr'-J. A. CIcirk?'was re-elected ^secretary and treasurer. - The latter gentleman has held these joint of fices for 20 years. He intends to ' 'Contest the Lab...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 18 February 1916

Qppoeite Gilgandra Raifisra?/ Station A. J. E.AMCE, Proprietor. Having purchased from Mr Jas. Skelto.i the; aboCe well-known popular hotel, is prepared to cater for the public according to moderh requirements; ■A-Modern Hostelry. A Good Table. ..The Belt "of Appointments. An ideal family hotel. Lighted throughout with Jle%triciw. Splendid stable accommoda tion' _ _ r,/| . • "" ' Nothing will be spared to give th&j pUbliaqtion.;'||Glad to welcome old faces. Pleased to-welcome new* J —• ~ ^ ^ A. J.,LANCE, Proprietor. Tatter sail's Hcstel, GiEgancira, UPpposite Post Office. j^Undir Entirely New Management.) ■; # —— Desires to notify to the Ptjhlic that he has purchased the above Hostelry, which he will conduct on Up-to-date Lines. All, the Best Brads' of Wines £ihd Spirits Ample - Pari or • ;.AWom mod at ion for Pri vate: Families.; The hotel is lighted throughout by Elec tricity, and. -all the appointments are most complete. The Stabling Accommodation the most perfect in the W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 18 February 1916

A WO HAH TO BE'- BEAUTIFUL must have" beautiful 'hair. I'rctiy Jnchs ,.1'i'a.ve :t wbilu; ch'nr.m;"- for as the says—"Kail* Irt-s oh man's imperial race. I'.n.'inare." i\iarie T'ei-iiiaiicnt I lair -Slain runioves the enemy of beauty— ay lie:-.:;, and jji vos yon l;aek 'the ■•ka-ifii:;, hair of voiith. It matters not ;-;ray and faded your hair has be •••.•ovm*. - Mario ,i\;rmanent J lair SinUi will . chatijeu it at once to either light, ;s:ni, or u;.rk "brown, ur "black, Washing or any drosainy?-' w;)l not .ifiV(H it. Or.i1 11 sot* writ's. "You 'tiavo paid asi? 171r- best turn ! ever had. Your tain has ,£''i'.'en j:v,' baak my charm of y y; ars ar;a." Marie Permanent .•lair SUuiu van -do as much for you. Why floe try is? Sold by most chemists ■ .a- siiui ond-.-r ida'n cuvrr on receipt o* eiee, 1 0 .' 0.* ;.i ml >d. paatnfrom .Marift Van 111; (.'asl.Uiroagh > (•'.?<. r, Sydney..- W'Ucri oclerinff f lfu« s1 a ! ■ yon deai:•••. Aiways wa.->h £yy !> "air wil h "Ma...

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A HERO GOES OUT IN THE NIGHT. THRILLING ADVENTURE IN THE DARDANELLES. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 18 February 1916

! A HERO GOES OUT IN THE ' NIGHT. THRlLtl^&'^DVENTURE IN TUE^ • ' " "JD^BDAj^JSLLES. ► ^ * There is no end to the heroism and varied ; <3aring oi oui "submannes They rescue men ;from sunken ships, they-redeem drowning avi ators ' from the waters, they plunge under mine-fields and torpedo battleships, the^^^Tat cruiser's-', and- destroyers in the enemy's 4hey ;sink: transports and shell railways, and thten-^-they *• let a man loose single-handed against'.the Turks. , JThe, adventure of Lieutenant D'Oyley f Hughes " reads dike'^ a, book. The submarine to which 'her,,belqngs was already through the Dardanelles, in the Turkish Sea of Marmora, when it occurred to him "to take a trip on land and have a look at the enemy's Ismid railway line; At dead of night he dropped off the sub marine. pushing before him a raft, on which he carried his clothes, his revolver, his bay onet, and a bomb, and swam with these to laud, having arranged that he should whistle, • on his return...

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GILGANDRA DISTRICT HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 18 February 1916

GILGANDRA DISTRICT HOS The monthly meeting of the above was held at the Australian Hall, on Thursday evening last. Present : Messrs Hv Gibson (President), J. D. :Smirthwaite^ H. Patersoh, B^Black-; •all, A; E. Perkins, -P.- J. MacManus, A. S. Carroll, and W. O. Dewe. .The following correspondence was read :—• From the >v Secretary lor •Public? Works, through .Mr Arkins, as follows..:-—"With reference to your letter of the 24th January, in '"'which you state that so far no defin ite reply has reached you.concerning the question of ths provision of funds for the furnishing of the new Hos pital building at Gilgandra, I am di rected to inform you that in my let ter to you on the 19th January, re -gret was expressed that there was no funds available for the; purpose, men tioned,, and, at the time, attention • was drawn to the fact that in Feb ruary 1912, representations were made to the effect that the commit-. ■ :tee intended to raise. <-6300 with a view to furnishing the ...

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CHILDREN AT PICTURE SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 18 February 1916

CHILDREN AT PICTURE SHOWS. The Motion Picture World, New York^eom mente:—"Compared with condition^ in the beginning of the industry, the att$nclW-2£^f children at motion picture theatres has shown a falling off. The motion picture is no Fonger mainly a children's entertainment in spite of eeaaorial yaporings to the contrary. Recently statistics on the subject were gathered in the city of Duhith. proving that only fifteen chil dren went to the motion pictures there seven times a week. The figures show that 2621 children go once a week, 1065 twice a week, MS three times-a week, 63 four times a week, 16 five times a. week, and 2 six times a week. There is every reason to suppose that these statistic® will :aot vary very materially in other cities of similar size.

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